Editorial Integrity

At Therapy Helpers, we understand that mental health is essential.  It’s our duty and responsibility to help you explore mental health and psychology topics in a way that’s approachable, personal, and stigma-free. We work hard to break down complex health jargon, reflect the latest research, and present the most accurate information in a way that empowers you to take an active role in understanding the way your mind works. We are committed to providing you with trusted and compassionate information that can help you lead a fulfilling and more balanced life.

Our mission is to help you prioritize your mental health and find balance. We are your partner in this journey, equipping you with the information necessary to make informed and actionable choices. Every year, we aim to help as many people as possible who come to Therapy Helpers seeking answers to their health questions.

We believe in the mind-body connection and recognize that gaining deeper insights into your mental health and well-being can be challenging. That’s why we provide clear, concise, and approachable information written by medical and behavioral experts who genuinely care.

Our writers are notable voices in their respective disciplines and are selected for their extensive knowledge and real-world experience. We have a renewed commitment to helping all people navigate their mental health and well-being, regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, culture, geography, body type, ability, or experience.

Our highly skilled editorial team manages all of our content, and each piece has several people working behind the scenes to ensure it’s responsible, accurate, understandable, helpful, trustworthy, comprehensive, up-to-date, and inclusive.

Our team of qualified and experienced fact-checkers provides a critical step in our commitment to content integrity. Fact-checkers rigorously review medical statements, claims, and recommendations for accuracy and timeliness.

At Therapy Helpers, we provide up-to-date information and evaluate our existing content every few months to ensure it reflects the most current research, guidelines, and statistics. Our aim is to break down the stigma surrounding mental health and present all of our information in a way that informs and empowers you to embrace these sometimes tough topics and conversations, both with others and with yourself.

We love to hear from our readers. If you have a comment or suggestion to share, feel free to contact us at editorial@therapyhelpers.com

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